The International Clinical Research Center of St. Anne's University Hospital Brno is a multidisciplinary center of excellence in translational medical research.

FNUSA-ICRC was established in 2011 is an integral part of St. Anne’s University Hospital in Brno (FNUSA), one of the traditional university hospitals in the Czech Republic and a former workplace of Johann Gregor Mendel.
Despite being established only in 2011, FNUSA-ICRC has already become a center of excellence in many fields of clinical, translational, and basic research and currently takes pride in employing over 200 people from 16 countries with 35 % of foreign researchers.

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24 research teams and 5 core facilities follow the mission of FNUSA-ICRC and create the future of medicine by finding new solutions for prevention, diagnostics and treatment of cardiovascular, neurological and selected oncological diseases and disorders.

FNUSA-ICRC aims to improve health care and the quality of life through linking clinical care, research and development, education and cooperation with the industrial sector.

The Latest News

The Austrian-Czech Project Offers Researchers the Opportunity to Use a State-of-the-art Infrastructure
Appointment to Professor
FNUSA-ICRC Participated in an Annual EATRIS Meeting
A New Collaboration with University of Oxford Established
The new Czech-Israeli Research Consortium will focus on regenerative medicine
FNUSA-ICRC hosted the visit of Nick Archer, the new Ambassador of the Embassy of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
FNUSA-ICRC principal investigators
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